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Cornish wrestling group, Randfontein, Transvaal, South Africa. Around 1900 Featured Related Images Print

Cornish wrestling group, Randfontein, Transvaal, South Africa. Around 1900

Cornish wrestlers, officials, trophies and prizes pictured outside what appears to be the Transvaal miner's sports clubhouse. Cornishmen Jack and Sydney Chapman are sitting second and third from left in the front row. Jack and Sydney were part of the well known Chapman family of Cornish wrestlers from the St Columb area in Cornwall. Photographer: Unknown

© From the collection of the RIC

A Land Of Sunshine Featured Related Images Print

A Land Of Sunshine

The Victoria Falls on the Zambesi River, South Africa, have been described by many travellers as The Eighth Wonder of the World. They are more than a mile in the width and the height of the actual falls varies from 250 to 400 feet. In their natural beauty they are at once sublime and awe-inspiring and mark the culmination of grandeur in a country famed for its scenery. Edmund Blampied (1886-1966) produced numerous illustrations for ILN magazines. As well as scenes of typical London life published in The Illustrated London News, he specialised in showing the privileged class at fashionable resorts around the world, notably the Riviera, for The Bystander

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10222755

The Folly Theatre, Peter Street, Manchester Featured Related Images Print

The Folly Theatre, Peter Street, Manchester

Promotional postcard showing a playbill of the acts playing at the Folly Theatre of Varieties, (known as the Folly) Peter Street, Manchester for the week commencing Monday, 24th March 1889. This particular bill, starred Marie Loftus (1857-1940) who was one of the great female stars of the British music hall. Known as "The Sarah Bernhardt of the Music Halls", she rose to become a leading national star, touring abroad to the USA and South Africa. The Music Hall and Theatre Review of Saturday, 30th May 1891 stated that "Tom Costello is still here", suggesting he was a regular and popular performer at The Folly. Date: circa 1889

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library